SCHOOL OF MEDICINE RESEARCH ROADMAP. October 2011

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "SCHOOL OF MEDICINE RESEARCH ROADMAP. October 2011"

Transcription

1 SCHOOL OF MEDICINE RESEARCH ROADMAP

2 RESEARCH VISION By 2016, the OHSU School of Medicine will be recognized globally for excellence in scientific discovery, collaboration and the rapid translation of new knowledge into practices that improve human health. To achieve this vision we will: Nurture, support and invest in a scientific culture that rewards innovation and collaboration. Strengthen our research training infrastructure and create new education models and curricula that advance our scientific excellence. Develop strategic external interactions and partnerships. Increase awareness, understanding and support for OHSU biomedical research. STRATEGIC INITIATIVES 1. Identify and invest in areas of research strength that make best use of School of Medicine resources to advance human health and well-being. 2. Advance School of Medicine capacity in translational research. 3. Promote research excellence through effective organizational systems and infrastructure. 4. Enhance training, career development and mentoring opportunities for the next generation of biomedical researchers. 5. Promote, nurture and support a professionally rewarding culture for researchers at OHSU. 6. Increase awareness, appreciation and understanding of the value of research at OHSU to both internal and external stakeholders and the public. OHSU School of Medicine Research Roadmap 1

3 MESSAGE FROM DEAN RICHARDSON Dear Colleagues, The external landscape facing academic medicine is changing rapidly, including evolving scientific and public policy priorities for research funding. Within this context, medical schools have new opportunities and new challenges associated with continuing to best meets our social responsibility to improve human health and well-being. At the Research Roadmap Retreat in December 2010, I issued a charge to faculty to tap their insights, knowledge and innovation to develop a balanced and long-term strategy to continue to advance science and research at OHSU in the context of the evolving environment. This Research Roadmap admirably meets this charge. It is a thoughtful and timely plan. I endorse this Research Roadmap and the six Strategic Initiatives it contains. Now, as we move into an implementation phase, we must continue to work together and hold ourselves mutually responsible for and accountable to these goals. Some of the recommendations have already gained traction and are getting underway. Detailed implementation plans will be developed and initiated continuously over the next several years, and will include methods to measure success and progress. The faculty-driven collaborative framework established by this planning process is a model for how we can work together to identify the best ways to meet our collective goals for excellence and maximum impact in our research mission. I appreciate the hard work of everyone involved in this planning process and am grateful for your commitment to the School of Medicine and our missions. Mark Richardson, M.D., M.Sc.B., M.B.A. Dean, School of Medicine OHSU School of Medicine Research Roadmap 2

4 PLANNING LEADERSHIP " " The School of Medicine Research Roadmap is the result of a collaborative planning process that included all departments, centers and institutes in the School of Medicine and represented the input of our faculty. Six task force committees, led by twelve co-chairs, were charged with identifying consensus objectives and outcomes to support the realization of the six Strategic Initiatives that form the basis of the Research Roadmap. The resulting recommendations for the six Strategic Initiatives reflect the thoughtful work of the task force members in collaboration with Dean Richardson. As co-chairs of the OHSU School of Medicine Research Roadmap task force committees, we acknowledge the importance of creating a participatory and ongoing process to achieve excellence in scientific discovery, collaboration, and the rapid translation of new knowledge into practices that improve human health. We, together with the Associate Deans for Basic Science and Clinical Research, support and endorse the recommendations herein. David C. Dawson, Ph.D. Professor and Chair Department of Physiology & Pharmacology, OHSU George Keepers, M.D., DFAPA Carruthers Professor and Chair Department of Psychiatry, OHSU David H. Ellison, M.D., FASN, FAHA Head, Division of Nephrology & Hypertension Professor, Departments of Medicine and Physiology & Pharmacology, OHSU Staff Physician, Portland VA Medical Center Charles M. Kilo, M.D., MPH Chief Medical Officer OHSU Healthcare Paul W. Flint, M.D. Professor and Chair Department of Otolaryngology/Head & Neck Surgery, OHSU H. Stacy Nicholson, M.D. Credit Union for Kids Professor and Chair Department of Pediatrics, OHSU Nancy L. Haigwood, Ph.D. Director, Oregon National Primate Research Center Senior Scientist, Division of Pathobiology and Immunology, Vaccine & Gene Therapy Institute Adjunct Professor, Department of Molecular Microbiology & Immunology, OHSU Rosalie C. Sears, Ph.D. Associate Professor Department of Molecular & Medical Genetics, OHSU Leader, Cancer Biology Program, Knight Cancer Institute Susan J. Hayflick, M.D. Professor and Chair Department of Molecular & Medical Genetics Professor, Departments of Pediatrics & Neurology, OHSU David J. Wilson, M.D. Thiele Petti Professor and Chair Department of Ophthalmology, OHSU Director, Casey Eye Institute Robert J. Hitzemann, Ph.D. Professor and Chair Department of Behavioral Neuroscience, OHSU Eric Orwoll, M.D. Professor, Department of Medicine, OHSU Director, Oregon Clinical and Translational Research Institute Associate Dean, Clinical Research, SoM Associate Vice President for Research Maureen Hoatlin, Ph.D., M.B.A. Associate Professor Departments of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology and Molecular & Medical Genetics, OHSU Member, Hematologic Malignancies Program, OHSU Knight Cancer Institute Co-Chair, OHSU Rare Disorders Research Consortium Mary Stenzel-Poore, Ph.D. Professor and Chair Department of Molecular Microbiology & Immunology, OHSU Associate Dean, Basic Science, SoM OHSU School of Medicine Research Roadmap 3"

5 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY RESEARCH ROADMAP Over the past two decades, OHSU has experienced tremendous growth in research. In 1990, total grant awards to OHSU were $43 million. In 2011, this figure had grown to about $325 million. In parallel, OHSU experienced a rapid growth in research programs, initiatives and discoveries, along with an increase in faculty, staff and graduate studies programs. Much of this growth occurred in the School of Medicine. Today, the School of Medicine departments, centers and institutes collectively receive nearly two-thirds of all grants awarded to OHSU. The School of Medicine Research Roadmap is intended to guide the future scientific focus and strategic direction of our research mission. The Research Roadmap identifies and takes into consideration internal opportunities as well as external factors that influence research activities and funding in the United States, now and likely for the foreseeable future. There is a compelling need to translate the rapid explosion of basic science discoveries into therapeutic treatments and cures for a wide range of diseases. Growing efforts to improve health care quality and reduce costs provide critical emphasis on comparative effectiveness research, population studies and related topics. Further, future scientific and funding challenges, as well as opportunities, require new models for collaboration and investment to ensure strong technological, intellectual and educational foundations essential to continue to nurture innovation and discovery. The Research Roadmap captures faculty perspectives on our collective future, and includes ways to foster discovery and organize and administer research strategically within the School of Medicine. The Research Roadmap is comprised of six Strategic Initiatives and related recommendations that, taken together, will enhance and sustain a vibrant, collegial and collaborative professional research environment dedicated to excellence. The Research Roadmap is the result of a planning process launched in the fall of 2010, which engaged research faculty, leadership and administration in discussions about strategies that would support best use of resources and opportunities to impact human health. This process was led by the OHSU Collaborative Research Leadership Group (CRLG). Comprised of research leadership across OHSU, the CRLG was formed in 2009 to share information about different areas of growth and development and emphasis in the research mission. OHSU School of Medicine Research Roadmap 4

6 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY A Research Roadmap retreat, held December 1 and 2, 2010, initiated the planning process with more than 60 retreat participants representing a broad range of research areas and viewpoints. The goal was to explore and develop a strategic path toward increased research success and impact over the next decade. The group identified regional, national and global research trends and needs, and also considered the future direction of federal and other funding sources. The group reviewed the current state of research and its administration at OHSU, as well as our readiness to engage proactively with the evolving external landscape to leverage the resources of our strong, nationally prominent research mission. The group developed six over-arching Strategic Initiatives, which collectively provided the framework for the development of specific research goals and recommendations for the School of Medicine. A subsequent year-long process, which included input from six faculty task forces and an all-faculty survey, resulted in the refinement of the goals and outcomes associated with the six Strategic Initiatives. During this process, a Research Vision statement was also developed. The six Strategic Initiatives are: Identify and invest in areas of research strength that make best use of School of Medicine resources to advance human health and well-being. Advance School of Medicine capacity in translational research. Promote research excellence through effective organizational systems and infrastructure. Enhance training, career development and mentoring opportunities for the next generation of biomedical researchers. Promote, nurture and support a professionally rewarding culture for researchers at OHSU. Increase awareness, appreciation and understanding of the value of research at OHSU to both internal and external stakeholders and the public. The Research Roadmap initiatives apply to the departments, centers, institutes and other units within the School of Medicine. Given that an overarching School of Medicine goal is to support collaboration at all levels and across all missions, the planning process itself was highly inclusive. Many of the resulting recommendations included in the Research Roadmap are intended to benefit the broader OHSU research community and mission. With the completion of the Research Roadmap, the planning process has now entered a new phase focused on implementation, referred to as the blueprint. This approach will involve an annual process to develop implementation plans, funding strategies and an accountability framework for each Strategic Initiative. Faculty members and research staff will continue to inform the blueprint phase, using the Research Roadmap as a guide as to achieve specific goals for the next five years. OHSU School of Medicine Research Roadmap 5

7 STRATEGIC INITIATIVES GUIDING FRAMEWORK Outlined in this section of the Research Roadmap are the six Strategic Initiatives that are aimed specifically at the actualization of the School of Medicine s Research Vision. Development of these is the outcome of numerous facilitated input activities and group deliberations, including an initial Research Roadmap planning retreat, a faculty survey, steering committee and task force deliberations, and regular reviews by the Collaborative Research Leadership Group. Further information on the planning process and methods is contained in a separate Research Roadmap Appendix. Collectively, the strategic initiatives provide a guiding framework for the School of Medicine to address future decisions and investments in research over the next five years. For each strategic initiative a blueprint will be developed to outline a specific plan for addressing the strategic initiative, including ongoing strategies and tactics grounded by measurable outcomes. This first blueprint will cover the first 18 months, and will continue to be guided and informed by the participation of the Strategic Initiative task forces, the Collaborative Research Leadership Group and others with special expertise in various aspects of research support and development. OHSU School of Medicine Research Roadmap 6

8 STRATEGIC INITIATIVE #1 Identify and invest in areas of research strength that make best use of School of Medicine resources to advance human health and well-being. Investigations into the complex scientific questions of our era depend on developing new areas of expertise, and on supporting collaborative and multidisciplinary models of inquiry. In parallel, novel funding sources and partnerships need to be identified and cultivated to realize and sustain research success in an era in which traditional funding sources are expected to shift and/or be constrained. The continued success of the School of Medicine is linked to the development of systems that support the strategic and collaborative allocation of School of Medicine resources in ways that maximize our collective impact on human health, while enhancing the vibrant intellectual and technological foundation essential to ensure future discovery. Strategic Initiative #1 will create a framework that is objective, facile and driven by metrics to facilitate strategic allocation of School of Medicine resources. As part of this initiative, we will undertake the development and transparent application of data, methods and systems to define and identify distinctive and emergent research areas within the School of Medicine. A key aspect of Strategic Initiative #1 is the establishment of the School of Medicine Council for Research Opportunities and Strategies (CROS). CROS will develop and apply principles for resource allocation to and investment in distinctive and emergent research areas. CROS will be comprised of leaders and faculty who represent the breadth of the School of Medicine s research mission, and will include representatives that can help drive collaboration across all missions. CROS membership will be determined via a mix of permanent positions, appointments by the Dean of the School of Medicine and positions elected by a vote of the School of Medicine faculty. OHSU School of Medicine Research Roadmap 7

9 STRATEGIC INITIATIVE #1 STRATEGIES 1. Identify areas of emergent and distinctive research. a. Develop an ongoing data-driven process to define distinctive and emergent areas of research in the School of Medicine. b. Establish a Council for Research Opportunities and Strategies (CROS) to evaluate and prioritize research initiatives for resource allocation. c. Create multidisciplinary interest groups aligned with each distinctive research theme or area of emergent opportunity. 2. Support areas of emergent and distinctive research. a. Expand the capacity for seed funding. b. Bolster School of Medicine and OHSU Foundation strategies to cultivate interest by local foundations in the Research Roadmap strategic priorities. c. Evaluate organization and principles of the School of Medicine Research Committee to strengthen membership and ensure fulfillment of strategic research priorities. d. Conduct a needs assessment related to institutional support for grant applications and implement recommendations. e. Create a strategic plan for computational biology that incorporates current and future needs for research. 3. Enhance School of Medicine infrastructure to directly support faculty success for funding beyond current levels from all relevant funding sources. a. Promote existing resources to identify collaborators and form partnerships. b. Perform a needs assessment of resources for automated, targeted funding searches and increase such resources if needed. 4. Develop strategic research collaborations between OHSU and industry partners. OHSU School of Medicine Research Roadmap 8

10 STRATEGIC INITIATIVE #2 Advance the School of Medicine capacity in translational research. We are in an exceptionally prolific and historic period of discovery with new knowledge emerging from the full spectrum of research including basic and translational sciences, technology development and systematic comparative evidence-based analyses. The promise of genetics and molecularly-targeted medicine, as well as the potential to apply evidence to transform clinical practice, among other opportunities, has never been greater. Such promise, however, requires emphasizing, developing and sustaining the specific multidisciplinary faculty expertise and institutional capacity needed to rapidly apply science and new knowledge into clinical practice, as well as to provide relevant information back to researchers from the clinical realm in ways that direct future initiatives. Strategic Initiative #2 will expand and accelerate our capacity in translational research and allow us to become global leaders in the rapid application of science and knowledge to improve human health and well-being. The primary strategies will support and invest in faculty expertise, programs, technology, partnerships and educational models to enable translational success. Implementation of this initiative will simultaneously identify and remove existing institutional barriers to translational success, and foster innovative partnerships with clinical entities and industry. OHSU School of Medicine Research Roadmap 9

11 STRATEGIC INITIATIVE #2 STRATEGIES 1. Identify and optimize new funding streams (e.g., pharma, non-nih government, insurance, DOD, foundations) to advance translational capacity. a. Evaluate current OHSU resources in context with known NIH translational pipelines. b. Explore new funding streams, and potential partners (NIH, DOD, insurance companies, pharmaceutical companies, other academic institutions) for investment in OHSU s focus areas in translational research. 2. Foster faculty engagement and facilitate proficiency in translational research. a. Mentor faculty in translational research. b. Evaluate current educational programs with a focus on translational medicine and identify areas for improvement or expansion. c. Define and strengthen criteria in promotion and tenure considerations that recognize and value efforts by faculty to advance collaborative translational research and team science. d. Increase awareness of the nature and breadth of translational research. 3. Increase awareness among faculty and potential external collaborators of resources available to support translational research. a. Identify gaps and barriers for translational research across the entire translational spectrum. b. Promote and emphasize maximum utilization of Oregon Clinical & Translational Institute (OCTRI) resources to support translational research. 4. Enhance collaboration with partners across the translational spectrum. a. Explore and select a new operational model for efficient interactions among translational stakeholders, including pharmaceutical and insurance companies, and government agencies such as DARPA, AMCs, etc. b. Align School of Medicine institutional and individual (Principal Investigator) financial incentives for translational research success. c. Evaluate institutional barriers that may impede collaborations with external partners. OHSU School of Medicine Research Roadmap 10

12 STRATEGIC INITIATIVE #3 Promote research excellence through effective organizational systems and infrastructure. Administrative, management and research support systems have the potential to better facilitate the success of researchers with the strategic application of advanced information technology and tools. Similarly, regulatory requirements, which continue to grow, can be managed more effectively on behalf of investigators with coordinated planning, cultivation of staff expertise, and strategic deployment of appropriate database and tracking tools. To help realize the vision and goals of the Research Roadmap, we will centralize and leverage the power of information technology and expertise to improve overall efficiency and impact in ways that support faculty productivity and innovation at all levels of our research mission. Strategic Initiative #3 will define, implement and continuously improve the organizational, administrative and technical infrastructure and systems that enable success across the spectrum of research administration from idea conception to grant submission to experimental design and execution to technology transfer, and beyond. OHSU School of Medicine Research Roadmap 11

13 STRATEGIC INITIATIVE #3 STRATEGIES 1. Develop and fund a dedicated process improvement program to facilitate research applications. a. Utilize the process improvement program to identify the key infrastructure and system requirements that are necessary to successfully execute applications. b. Coordinate and implement process improvement efforts in the School of Medicine with similar efforts underway across OHSU. 2. Define, review and implement balanced standards in all areas of research regulatory compliance. a. Ensure faculty input in the design and implementation of compliance requirements and policy consistent with methods established by existing oversight boards. 3. Continually evaluate and invest in centralized information technology and related tools that function seamlessly and efficiently across all units. a. Identify the unmet needs for information technology in OHSU s research community. b. Develop institutional plans for biostatistical resource and bioinformatics support. 4. Identify and address barriers to research collaborations between the School of Medicine and the Portland Veterans Affairs Medical Center. a. Utilize the existing Portland Veterans Affairs Medical Center (PVAMC) and School of Medicine oversight committee to identify barriers to research collaborations. OHSU School of Medicine Research Roadmap 12

14 STRATEGIC INITIATIVE #4 Enhance training, career development and mentoring opportunities for the next generation of biomedical researchers. The sustained excellence of biomedical research and the continued collective ability of our research community to improve human health depend on the quality of our educational programs and mentoring capacity. There is a pressing call for curriculum transformation to integrate education across disciplines in creative ways that meet the needs of basic, translational and clinical research. Strategic Initiative #4 will enhance and sustain an educational platform and curricula that will attract, train and retain outstanding graduate students, post doctoral fellows and early career development faculty. This initiative will also ensure that our educational models and curricula align with our goals for excellence and diversity. OHSU School of Medicine Research Roadmap 13

15 STRATEGIC INITIATIVE #4 STRATEGIES 1. Attract and support graduate trainees consistent with the Research Roadmap vision for excellence and diversity. a. Define attributes and specify academic qualifications of next-generation trainees that would fulfill the vision of the Research Roadmap. b. Identify new sources of internal and external funding for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows. c. Develop a school-wide strategic plan for recruitment of under-represented minority students. 2. Oversee the graduate studies education mission in the Office of the Dean to ensure an organizational structure that supports uniform quality/consistency in a comprehensive framework and conserves resources. a. Develop appropriate dedicated leadership and staff support for the Graduate Studies Office. 3. Enhance graduate and postgraduate training and career development to support excellence and state-of-the-art training in the research mission. a. Develop an institutional plan to meet educational and career development needs of all research trainees. b. Emphasize curriculum content in ethics, translation, scientific education and entrepreneurial focus. c. Capitalize on existing Clinical Scientist K Program and OCTRI resources and expertise to develop internal standards for the management of K- Awards across OHSU units. Where possible, utilize existing OCTRI standards and practices to guide management of K-awards. OHSU School of Medicine Research Roadmap 14

16 STRATEGIC INITIATIVE #5 Promote, nurture and support a professionally rewarding culture for researchers at OHSU. Research excellence and productivity are fundamentally linked to professional satisfaction, meaningful opportunities for success, recognition of achievement and attainment of individual work-life balance. This professional culture will help ensure that we consistently recruit, retain and reward a highly productive, collaborative and innovative faculty. Strategic Initiative #5 will enhance and expand our professional culture to reward and recognize researchers for their achievements while providing an environment that facilitates the connectivity essential for innovation, collaboration and success. This initiative emphasizes the inherent and essential value in supporting and rewarding a culture that performs research, teaches and mentors, all within the context of well-balanced work-life expectations. OHSU School of Medicine Research Roadmap 15

17 STRATEGIC INITIATIVE #5 STRATEGIES 1. Reward scientific achievement, collaborative research accomplishment, and research mentoring and teaching. a. Create a program that promotes, recognizes and rewards excellence in scientific achievement, collaboration, mentorship and teaching. 2. Promote strong, supportive, and effective research leadership through all organizational levels of the School of Medicine. a. Implement a systematic approach to research leadership development using both internal and external capabilities. b. Evaluate School of Medicine leadership for effectiveness in advancing the research mission. 3. Create and implement a formal mentoring program for research faculty. 4. Advocate for stronger OHSU programs that support and deliver professional development to both faculty and staff who are vital to the success of the research mission. a. Work with OHSU leadership to find resources that support work-life balance. b. Ensure that faculty, staff and students have access to and utilize preventive health, primary care, mental health care and specialty health services when needed. 5. Improve opportunities for socialization and connection within and across departments and institutes. a. Provide avenues for increased connectivity, collaboration and collegiality among all research personnel. OHSU School of Medicine Research Roadmap 16

18 STRATEGIC INITIATIVE #6 Increase awareness, appreciation and understanding of the value of research at OHSU to both internal and external stakeholders and the public. Effective communication of our research excellence and breadth will increase local, national and global recognition. Enhanced recognition will help sustain and advance our scientific and funding goals. In parallel, increasing internal awareness of distinctive and emergent research areas, research initiatives, expertise and priorities between departments and among the faculty as well as our research leaders, will help meet our goals for discovery, innovation and collaboration. Strategic Initiative #6 will create and execute a coordinated research communications plan that places specific emphasis on the areas, goals and initiatives of the Research Roadmap. This initiative identifies critical functions for faculty in the ongoing dissemination of relevant information about the importance of research to key audiences. An outcome of Strategic Initiative #6 will be the establishment of the Research Communications Committee (RCC) to direct and advise on all aspects of research communications in the School of Medicine. The RCC will be comprised of research leaders and faculty, working together with OHSU communications, community relations and other experts across OHSU. OHSU School of Medicine Research Roadmap 17

19 STRATEGIC INITIATIVE #6 STRATEGIES 1. Create and charge a Research Communications Committee (RCC) comprised of communicators and faculty to direct/advise on research communications and serve in a permanent advisory capacity for School of Medicine research communications. 2. Enhance internal understanding of and appreciation for the depth and breadth of research within the School of Medicine. a. Support internal communications tools that describe the landscape of research and provide regular updates about research for investigators, administrators and leadership. 3. Actively partner with the OHSU Foundation to communicate research priorities and funding opportunities. a. Educate faculty and communications constituents about the OHSU Foundation s current fundraising focus and develop tactics for additional partnering. b. Demonstrate impact of philanthropy to donors through faculty accountability and transparency. c. Create and continually update a research portfolio of distinctive and emergent research competencies. 4. Support community awareness and engagement with research. a. Promote research areas in alignment with Research Roadmap goals. b. Identify and leverage existing community engagement efforts at OHSU. c. Identify community and political entities and networks with which to develop ongoing relationships; seek opportunities to engage with these entities. 5. Provide a strategic framework to increase the national presence of OHSU research. a. Promote research nationally in alignment with the Research Roadmap goals. OHSU School of Medicine Research Roadmap 18

Oregon Health & Science University. Vision 2020. v. 2013. OHSU Strategic Plan 2013 2017

Oregon Health & Science University. Vision 2020. v. 2013. OHSU Strategic Plan 2013 2017 Oregon Health & Science University Vision 2020 v. 2013 OHSU Strategic Plan 2013 2017 Presented to the OHSU Board of Directors January 2014 Strategic Planning at OHSU Vision 2020, OHSU s strategic plan,

More information

Position Specification

Position Specification (UK) Position Specification Lexington, Kentucky POSITION ORGANIZATION LOCATION (UK) Lexington, KY REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS Executive Vice President for Health Affairs Provost POSITION DESCRIPTION The Center

More information

Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED) Chair of Pharmaceutical Sciences Search

Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED) Chair of Pharmaceutical Sciences Search Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED) Chair of Pharmaceutical Sciences Search Spring 2013 About NEOMED Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED) www.neomed.edu is a dynamic free-standing community-based,

More information

2011-2016 Strategic Plan. Creating a healthier world through bold innovation

2011-2016 Strategic Plan. Creating a healthier world through bold innovation 2011-2016 Strategic Plan Creating a healthier world through bold innovation 2011-2016 STRATEGIC PLAN Table of contents I. Global direction 1 Mission and vision statements 2 Guiding principles 3 Organizational

More information

Morehouse School of Medicine

Morehouse School of Medicine Morehouse School of Medicine Strategic Plan March 2015 1 STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK Mission, Vision, Core Values, Goals 2 Strategic Structure Each Statement Lays the Foundation for the Next Vision Vision Goals

More information

The Ohio State University College of Medicine. Biomedical Sciences Graduate Program (BSGP) The Biology of Human Disease. medicine.osu.

The Ohio State University College of Medicine. Biomedical Sciences Graduate Program (BSGP) The Biology of Human Disease. medicine.osu. (BSGP) The Biology of Human Disease medicine.osu.edu/bsgp Welcome from BSGP Leadership Thank you for your interest in the at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. Our goal is to train talented,

More information

Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing. Strategic Plan 2008-2012. May 10, 2008. Strategic Planning Committee Members:

Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing. Strategic Plan 2008-2012. May 10, 2008. Strategic Planning Committee Members: 1 Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing Strategic Plan 2008-2012 May 10, 2008 Strategic Planning Committee Members: Shirley Moore John Clochesy Elizabeth Madigan Faye Gary Elizabeth Click Katherine Jones

More information

The professional development of physicians is a lifelong. Continuing Medical Education: A New Vision of the Professional Development of Physicians

The professional development of physicians is a lifelong. Continuing Medical Education: A New Vision of the Professional Development of Physicians A R T I C L E Continuing Medical Education: A New Vision of the Professional Development of Physicians Nancy L. Bennett, PhD, Dave A. Davis, MD, William E. Easterling, Jr., MD, Paul Friedmann, MD, Joseph

More information

Strategic Plan 2015-2020. Collaborate Act Transform

Strategic Plan 2015-2020. Collaborate Act Transform Strategic Plan 2015-2020 Collaborate Act Transform In 2007, as founding dean of the Florida International University Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine, I was tasked with implementing our first strategic

More information

Position Description FOUNDING DEAN, NURSING SCIENCE UNIVERSITY of CALIFORNIA IRVINE

Position Description FOUNDING DEAN, NURSING SCIENCE UNIVERSITY of CALIFORNIA IRVINE Position Description FOUNDING DEAN, NURSING SCIENCE UNIVERSITY of CALIFORNIA IRVINE CREATING A VISION FOR THE FUTURE Building on the strong existing foundation of the Program in Nursing Science, the Director/Founding

More information

UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI I AT MĀNOA POSITION DESCRIPTION DEAN, COLLEGE OF NATURAL SCIENCES ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI I AT MĀNOA POSITION DESCRIPTION DEAN, COLLEGE OF NATURAL SCIENCES ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI I AT MĀNOA POSITION DESCRIPTION DEAN, COLLEGE OF NATURAL SCIENCES ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Position No: 0089197 Title of Position: Dean Reports to: Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs,

More information

Vision 2020 Strategic Plan

Vision 2020 Strategic Plan UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON COLLEGE OF PHARMACY Vision 2020 Strategic Plan A VISION OF THE FUTURE Caring for Texans through health and discovery The college will be a leader in education, research, service and

More information

Southern Illinois University School of Medicine. Strategic Plan

Southern Illinois University School of Medicine. Strategic Plan Southern Illinois University School of Medicine Strategic Plan 2007-2011 Southern Illinois University (SIU) School of Medicine was founded in 1970 with a legislative mandate to help meet the health care

More information

The NIH Roadmap: Re-Engineering the Clinical Research Enterprise

The NIH Roadmap: Re-Engineering the Clinical Research Enterprise NIH BACKGROUNDER National Institutes of Health The NIH Roadmap: Re-Engineering the Clinical Research Enterprise Clinical research is the linchpin of the nation s biomedical research enterprise. Before

More information

Strategic Plan 2013-2015. The College of Business Oregon State University. Strategic Plan. Approved June 2012 Updated June 2013 Updated June 2014

Strategic Plan 2013-2015. The College of Business Oregon State University. Strategic Plan. Approved June 2012 Updated June 2013 Updated June 2014 The College of Business Oregon State University Strategic Plan Approved June 2012 Updated June 2013 Updated June 2014 1 The College of Business Oregon State University Vision Developing professionals who

More information

DIRECTOR, POPULATION HEALTH SCIENCES INITIATIVE

DIRECTOR, POPULATION HEALTH SCIENCES INITIATIVE ! DIRECTOR, POPULATION HEALTH SCIENCES INITIATIVE Southern Illinois University School of Medicine in Springfield, IL, invites applicants for the position of Associate Professor or Professor and Director

More information

COMPARISON OF CLINICIAN TEACHER AND SALARIED CLINICAL FACULTY PATHWAYS, PSYCHIATRY AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES 9/22/14

COMPARISON OF CLINICIAN TEACHER AND SALARIED CLINICAL FACULTY PATHWAYS, PSYCHIATRY AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES 9/22/14 COMPARISON OF CLINICIAN TEACHER AND SALARIED CLINICAL FACULTY PATHWAYS, PSYCHIATRY AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES 9/22/14 Clinician Teacher Primary responsibilities Clinical care Teaching and/or supervision Scholarship

More information

The mission of the Graduate College is embodied in the following three components.

The mission of the Graduate College is embodied in the following three components. Action Plan for the Graduate College Feb. 2012 Western Michigan University Introduction The working premises of this plan are that graduate education at WMU is integral to the identity and mission of the

More information

The. for DUKE MEDICINE. Duke University School of Medicine. People

The. for DUKE MEDICINE. Duke University School of Medicine. People The for DUKE MEDICINE Decades of hard work by dedicated physicians and scientists, along with capable and often inspired leadership, have placed the Duke School of Medicine among the nation s best. Now,

More information

DEAN OF THE SCHOOL OF HEALTH SCIENCES

DEAN OF THE SCHOOL OF HEALTH SCIENCES OAKLAND UNIVERSITY DEAN OF THE SCHOOL OF HEALTH SCIENCES Oakland University seeks an inspiring and visionary leader to serve as Dean of the School of Health Sciences. The Search Committee will begin reviewing

More information

International Society of Exposure Science (ISES) Strategic Plan: Creating a Safer and Healthier World by Advancing The Science of Exposure 2008 2011

International Society of Exposure Science (ISES) Strategic Plan: Creating a Safer and Healthier World by Advancing The Science of Exposure 2008 2011 International Society of Exposure Science (ISES) Strategic Plan: Creating a Safer and Healthier World by Advancing The Science of Exposure 2008 2011 Executive Summary Changes in the field of exposure have

More information

UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MISSION, VISION & STRATEGIC PRIORITIES. Approved by SBA General Faculty (April 2012)

UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MISSION, VISION & STRATEGIC PRIORITIES. Approved by SBA General Faculty (April 2012) UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MISSION, VISION & STRATEGIC PRIORITIES Approved by SBA General Faculty (April 2012) Introduction In 1926, we embarked on a noble experiment the creation

More information

POSITION DESCRIPTION

POSITION DESCRIPTION UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA RIVERSIDE OFFICE OF THE PROVOST AND EXECUTIVE VICE CHANCELLOR 900 University Drive 448 Hinderaker Hall Riverside, California 9252 (95) 827-5034 Fax: (95) 827-4362 POSITION DESCRIPTION.

More information

UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA MEDICAL SCHOOL. RESEARCH (W) TRACK STATEMENT Promotion Criteria and Standards PART 1. MEDICAL SCHOOL PREAMBLE

UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA MEDICAL SCHOOL. RESEARCH (W) TRACK STATEMENT Promotion Criteria and Standards PART 1. MEDICAL SCHOOL PREAMBLE UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA MEDICAL SCHOOL RESEARCH (W) TRACK STATEMENT Promotion Criteria and Standards PART 1. MEDICAL SCHOOL PREAMBLE I. INTRODUCTORY STATEMENT This document describes the specific criteria

More information

University of Cincinnati James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy Strategic Plan 2016

University of Cincinnati James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy Strategic Plan 2016 University of Cincinnati James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy Strategic Plan 2016 GOAL: VIABILITY Ensure the college s long-term financial success by developing, expanding and implementing revenue-generating

More information

Academic Health Center Six-Year Strategic Plan October 20, 2000

Academic Health Center Six-Year Strategic Plan October 20, 2000 Goal 1: Create and Prepare the New Health Professionals for Minnesota Strategic Objectives 1.0 Develop and implement interdisciplinary health professional education opportunities that: Emphasize the core

More information

Transforming the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health January 2008

Transforming the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health January 2008 Transforming the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health January 2008 A Compelling Case for Transformation Throughout most of the modern era of medicine there has been a lack of integration

More information

How to Apply for Medical Research Foundation Funding

How to Apply for Medical Research Foundation Funding How to Apply for Medical Research Foundation Funding David H. Ellison, M.D. Former Head, SOM Research Committee And Review Committee Chair for MRF Grants What is MRF The Medical Research Foundation of

More information

Academic Affairs Strategic Plan 2012

Academic Affairs Strategic Plan 2012 Academic Affairs Strategic Plan 2012 The Academic Affairs Strategic Plan is a continually evolving plan, building on the university s Strategic Plan and its three pillars: learner-centered, discovery driven,

More information

OUR MISSION. The mission of the USC Rossier School of Education is to improve learning in urban education locally, nationally and globally.

OUR MISSION. The mission of the USC Rossier School of Education is to improve learning in urban education locally, nationally and globally. STRATEGIC PLAN 2012-2017 OUR MISSION The mission of the USC Rossier School of Education is to improve learning in urban education locally, nationally and globally. Urban education takes place within many

More information

GEOSYSTEMS RESEARCH INSTITUTE at Mississippi State University A STRATEGIC PLAN FOR PROGRAM EXCELLENCE

GEOSYSTEMS RESEARCH INSTITUTE at Mississippi State University A STRATEGIC PLAN FOR PROGRAM EXCELLENCE GEOSYSTEMS RESEARCH INSTITUTE at Mississippi State University A STRATEGIC PLAN FOR PROGRAM EXCELLENCE 2009-2013 GRI Strategic Plan Page 2 The Geosystems Research Institute (GRI) engages faculty from across

More information

The Western Michigan University Strategic Plan

The Western Michigan University Strategic Plan The Western Michigan University Strategic Plan 2015 20 The Western Michigan University Commitment With adoption of its first strategic plan in 2012, the University embraced three basic tenets developed

More information

Dean of the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

Dean of the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences 1 Dean of the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Texas Southern University invites nominations and applications for the position of Dean of the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (COPHS). Reporting

More information

Big Data for Patients (BD4P) Program Overview

Big Data for Patients (BD4P) Program Overview Big Data for Patients (BD4P) Program Overview [Updated August 5, 2015] Proposal: Big Data for Patients (BD4P) Training Program Page 1 Background The new and emerging field of data science ( Big Data )

More information

2020 Strategic Plan. WVU School of Public Health. WVU School of Public Health: 2020 Strategic Plan

2020 Strategic Plan. WVU School of Public Health. WVU School of Public Health: 2020 Strategic Plan 2020 Strategic Plan WVU School of Public Health 1 Contents 2 Message from the Dean 3 Vision, Mission, & Values 4-5 Goals & Objectives 6-9 Our Planning Process 10-11 Implementation of the Strategic Plan

More information

Michigan Dentistry: Leading the Future Spring 2014 Strategic Plan

Michigan Dentistry: Leading the Future Spring 2014 Strategic Plan Michigan Dentistry: Leading the Future Spring 2014 Strategic Plan Introduction The University of Michigan School of Dentistry (U-M SOD) is embedded in a premier research intensive public university that

More information

Purdue University Department of Computer Science West Lafayette, IN Strategic Plan 2010-2015

Purdue University Department of Computer Science West Lafayette, IN Strategic Plan 2010-2015 Purdue University Department of Computer Science West Lafayette, IN Strategic Plan 2010-2015 Final Version 5.0: May 3, 2010 Computer science is a discipline that involves the understanding and design of

More information

Professor of Food, Nutrition and Dietetics. SUPERVISOR: Professor Gregory Blatch / Dean, College of Health and Biomedicine APPROVED BY:

Professor of Food, Nutrition and Dietetics. SUPERVISOR: Professor Gregory Blatch / Dean, College of Health and Biomedicine APPROVED BY: POSITION TITLE: Professor of Food, Nutrition and Dietetics POSITION NUMBER: 908871 COLLEGE/ DEPARTMENT: College of Health and Biomedicine LOCATION/CAMPUS: CLASSIFICATION: St Albans Level E SUPERVISOR:

More information

Hunter New England Health Research Plan 2015-2016

Hunter New England Health Research Plan 2015-2016 Hunter New England Health Research Plan 2015-2016 Hunter New England Health Research Plan 2015-2016_Final Revised September 2015 Page 1 CONTENTS Foreword... 4 Glossary... 6 HNE Health Strategy Map... 7

More information

School of Accounting Florida International University Strategic Plan 2012-2017

School of Accounting Florida International University Strategic Plan 2012-2017 School of Accounting Florida International University Strategic Plan 2012-2017 As Florida International University implements its Worlds Ahead strategic plan, the School of Accounting (SOA) will pursue

More information

Kentucky Lung Cancer Research Program. 2010 Strategic Plan Update

Kentucky Lung Cancer Research Program. 2010 Strategic Plan Update Kentucky Lung Cancer Research Program 2010 Strategic Plan Update Approved by the KLCR Program Governance Board August 12, 2009 KLCR Program Strategic Plan Table of Contents Introduction... 3 GOAL 1: Investigator-Initiated

More information

The University of Toledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences Faculty Tracks for Academic Rank and Criteria for Promotion

The University of Toledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences Faculty Tracks for Academic Rank and Criteria for Promotion The University of Toledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences Faculty Tracks for Academic Rank and Criteria for Promotion Faculty Tracks for Academic Rank. There are six tracks for full-time and part-time

More information

Graduate Studies in Biomedical Sciences

Graduate Studies in Biomedical Sciences Graduate Studies in Biomedical Sciences The graduate program in Biomedical Sciences is designed to provide a multidisciplinary educational and training environment that will prepare them for independent

More information

Goal #1 Learner Success Ensure a distinctive learning experience and foster the success of students.

Goal #1 Learner Success Ensure a distinctive learning experience and foster the success of students. Western Michigan University is committed to being learner centered, discovery driven, and globally engaged as it transitions into the next strategic planning cycle. In the first year of the University

More information

Community Partnerships Strategic Plan

Community Partnerships Strategic Plan Community Partnerships Strategic Plan Vision The Office of Community Partnerships (OCP), an office in the Chancellor s division of the University of North Carolina Wilmington (UNCW) will become a national

More information

Job Title: Job Code: Grade/FLSA: Updated:

Job Title: Job Code: Grade/FLSA: Updated: Dean 0330 EXE/Exempt The Dean is the Chief Administrative Officer of the College of Pharmacy, providing positive, proactive leadership in core administrative responsibilities. The Dean is responsible for

More information

UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO DENVER GRADUATE SCHOOL STRATEGIC PLAN 2009-2015

UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO DENVER GRADUATE SCHOOL STRATEGIC PLAN 2009-2015 UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO DENVER GRADUATE SCHOOL STRATEGIC PLAN 2009-2015 MISSION: The Graduate School mission is to 1) guide, facilitate, and enhance educational quality, opportunities and experiences for

More information

An Invitation to Apply: UNIVERSITY of CALIFORNIA IRVINE DIRECTOR, PROGRAM IN NURSING SCIENCE

An Invitation to Apply: UNIVERSITY of CALIFORNIA IRVINE DIRECTOR, PROGRAM IN NURSING SCIENCE An Invitation to Apply: UNIVERSITY of CALIFORNIA IRVINE DIRECTOR, PROGRAM IN NURSING SCIENCE THE SEARCH The University of California, Irvine (UCI) invites applications and nominations for the position

More information

The vision of the Belk College of Business is to be a leading urban research business school.

The vision of the Belk College of Business is to be a leading urban research business school. The vision of the Belk College of Business is to be a leading urban research business school. To fulfill this vision we must: Offer a full array of rigorous and innovative undergraduate, graduate, and

More information

SMART. NIMBLE. COMPASSIONATE. PREPARED. SMART. Strategic NIMBLE. Plan COMPASSIONATE. 2013-2017 PREPARED.

SMART. NIMBLE. COMPASSIONATE. PREPARED. SMART. Strategic NIMBLE. Plan COMPASSIONATE. 2013-2017 PREPARED. SMART. NIMBLE. COMPASSIONATE. PREPARED. SMART. Strategic NIMBLE. Plan COMPASSIONATE. 2013-2017 PREPARED. SMART. NIMBLE. COMPASSIONATE. PREPARED. SMART. Achieving NIMBLE. the Business COMPASSIONATE. University

More information

STRATEGIC PLAN 2015-2020

STRATEGIC PLAN 2015-2020 STRATEGIC PLAN 2015-2020 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Georgia Regents University Division of Enrollment & Student Affairs participates in annual strategic planning so that the division can clarify goals and focus

More information

UNIFORMED SERVICES UNIVERSITY OF THE HEALTH SCIENCES STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK

UNIFORMED SERVICES UNIVERSITY OF THE HEALTH SCIENCES STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK UNIFORMED SERVICES UNIVERSITY OF THE HEALTH SCIENCES STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK 2014 2018 October 2014 Overview This Strategic Framework is a roadmap guiding all Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences

More information

KECK SCHOOL OF MEDICINE GOVERNANCE DOCUMENT June 20, 2011

KECK SCHOOL OF MEDICINE GOVERNANCE DOCUMENT June 20, 2011 I. EXECUTIVE AUTHORITY KECK SCHOOL OF MEDICINE GOVERNANCE DOCUMENT June 20, 2011 As a non-profit public benefit corporation, the University of Southern California (USC) is governed by the Board of Trustees.

More information

THE NATIONAL HUMAN SERVICES ASSEMBLY President and CEO Washington, DC

THE NATIONAL HUMAN SERVICES ASSEMBLY President and CEO Washington, DC THE NATIONAL HUMAN SERVICES ASSEMBLY President and CEO Washington, DC EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The National Human Services Assembly (the National Assembly), the premier professional association for the nation

More information

College of Architecture Strategic Plan 2014-2025

College of Architecture Strategic Plan 2014-2025 DRAFT College of Architecture Strategic Plan 2014-2025 Design. Technology. Engagement. School of Architecture School of Building Construction School of City and Regional Planning School of Industrial Design

More information

UMKC STRATEGIC PLAN LIFE AND HEALTH SCIENCES 1. IMPLEMENT ORGANIZATIONAL ENHANCEMENTS TO ADVANCE THE

UMKC STRATEGIC PLAN LIFE AND HEALTH SCIENCES 1. IMPLEMENT ORGANIZATIONAL ENHANCEMENTS TO ADVANCE THE UMKC STRATEGIC PLAN LIFE AND HEALTH SCIENCES OBJECTIVES: 1. IMPLEMENT ORGANIZATIONAL ENHANCEMENTS TO ADVANCE THE LIFE AND HEALTH SCIENCES Recruit a Vice Chancellor for Life and Health Sciences Research

More information

Strategic Plan Accomplishments Report. Amarillo Abilene Dallas/Fort Worth Lubbock

Strategic Plan Accomplishments Report. Amarillo Abilene Dallas/Fort Worth Lubbock Strategic Plan Accomplishments Report Amarillo Abilene Dallas/Fort Worth Lubbock 2008 TTUHSC Mission Statement The mission of Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center is to improve the health of people

More information

STRATEGIC PLAN 2013-2017 SUPPORTING STUDENT SUCCESS

STRATEGIC PLAN 2013-2017 SUPPORTING STUDENT SUCCESS STRATEGIC PLAN 2013-2017 SUPPORTING STUDENT SUCCESS FROM THE VICE PRESIDENT It is my pleasure to share the University of Houston Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Services 2013-2017 Strategic

More information

Finance Division. Strategic Plan 2014-2019

Finance Division. Strategic Plan 2014-2019 Finance Division Strategic Plan 2014-2019 Introduction Finance Division The Finance Division of Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) provides financial management, enterprise planning and stewardship in support

More information

Re: Electronic Standards for Public Health Information Exchange

Re: Electronic Standards for Public Health Information Exchange NCVHS June 16, 2014 Honorable Sylvia Mathews Burwell Secretary, Department of Health and Human Services 200 Independence Avenue, S.W. Washington, D.C. 20201 Re: Electronic Standards for Public Health Information

More information

Faculty Appointments, Promotions and Titles at The Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth

Faculty Appointments, Promotions and Titles at The Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth Faculty Appointments, Promotions and Titles at The Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth The information contained in this document is accurate as of the date of publication. However, Dartmouth College

More information

Associate Dean for Research College of Nursing

Associate Dean for Research College of Nursing College of Nursing College of Nursing 2 Overview Georgia Health Sciences University (GHSU) College of Nursing announces a national search to recruit a new Associate Dean for Research. We are excited to

More information

CLINICAL AND TRANSLATIONAL SCIENCES, DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (PH.D.) WITH A CONCENTRATION IN PSYCHIATRIC, BEHAVIORAL AND STATISTICAL GENETICS

CLINICAL AND TRANSLATIONAL SCIENCES, DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (PH.D.) WITH A CONCENTRATION IN PSYCHIATRIC, BEHAVIORAL AND STATISTICAL GENETICS VCU 1 CLINICAL AND TRANSLATIONAL SCIENCES, DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (PH.D.) WITH A CONCENTRATION IN PSYCHIATRIC, BEHAVIORAL AND STATISTICAL GENETICS Program goal The doctoral program in clinical and translational

More information

National Institute of General Medical Sciences. Postdoctoral Research Associate (PRAT) Program. Strategic Plan

National Institute of General Medical Sciences. Postdoctoral Research Associate (PRAT) Program. Strategic Plan National Institute of General Medical Sciences Postdoctoral Research Associate (PRAT) Program Strategic Plan Program Background and History The NIGMS PRAT Program (originally named the Pharmacology Research

More information

Strategic Plan Overview

Strategic Plan Overview College of Business Administration Strategic Plan Overview Mission: The mission of the College of Business Administration at SDSU is to maintain a challenging learning environment that fosters excellence

More information

CLINICAL AND TRANSLATIONAL SCIENCES, DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (PH.D.) WITH A CONCENTRATION IN CANCER AND MOLECULAR MEDICINE

CLINICAL AND TRANSLATIONAL SCIENCES, DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (PH.D.) WITH A CONCENTRATION IN CANCER AND MOLECULAR MEDICINE VCU 1 CLINICAL AND TRANSLATIONAL SCIENCES, DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (PH.D.) WITH A CONCENTRATION IN CANCER AND MOLECULAR MEDICINE Program goal The doctoral program in clinical and translational sciences offers

More information

RE: NOT-OD-15-009, Request for Information: Physician-Scientist Specific Grant Program to Facilitate the Transition From Training to Independence

RE: NOT-OD-15-009, Request for Information: Physician-Scientist Specific Grant Program to Facilitate the Transition From Training to Independence November 3, 2014 Research Training and Career Development NIH Office of Extramural Programs National Institutes of Health Bethesda MD RE: NOT-OD-15-009, Request for Information: Physician-Scientist Specific

More information

The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio Tobacco Funds Budget Fiscal Year Ending August 31, 2015

The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio Tobacco Funds Budget Fiscal Year Ending August 31, 2015 Permanent Health Funds for Higher Education (Fund 810) Permanent Health Funds will be assigned to schools to support health education, research programs, and infrastructure operations. Strategy F.1.2.,

More information

Discover Teach Heal. UC Irvine Health: Advancing the Future of Healthcare Nursing Strategic Plan FY2011 FY2015 Nursing Strategic Plan Summary

Discover Teach Heal. UC Irvine Health: Advancing the Future of Healthcare Nursing Strategic Plan FY2011 FY2015 Nursing Strategic Plan Summary UC Irvine Health: Advancing the Future of Healthcare Nursing Strategic Plan FY2011 FY2015 Nursing Strategic Plan Summary Mission Statement (Our purpose) Discover Teach Heal Vision Statement (Our aspiration)

More information

Achievement, Innovation, Community: The University of Baltimore Strategic Plan 2014-17

Achievement, Innovation, Community: The University of Baltimore Strategic Plan 2014-17 Achievement, Innovation, Community: The University of Baltimore Strategic Plan 2014-17 Mission The University of Baltimore provides innovative education in business, public affairs, the applied liberal

More information

MD/PhD MISSION OBJECTIVES GOALS

MD/PhD MISSION OBJECTIVES GOALS MD/PhD MISSION OBJECTIVES GOALS Mission & Objectives Overarching Objective: Train physician-scientists to be an integral component of the healthcare system, now and into the future. Expectations for Graduates:

More information

Policy on Academic Tracks and Promotions for the School of Nursing (SON) at the American University of Beirut (AUB)

Policy on Academic Tracks and Promotions for the School of Nursing (SON) at the American University of Beirut (AUB) Policy on Academic Tracks and Promotions for the School of Nursing (SON) at the American University of Beirut (AUB) Preamble The School of Nursing currently has 2 tracks, Academic and Clinical. The Academic

More information

Executive Summary... 3 Preamble... 4 Mission... 5 Vision... 5 Values... 5 Research... 6 Education... 8 Community and Clinical Partnerships...

Executive Summary... 3 Preamble... 4 Mission... 5 Vision... 5 Values... 5 Research... 6 Education... 8 Community and Clinical Partnerships... Table of Contents Executive Summary... 3 Preamble... 4 Mission... 5 Vision... 5 Values... 5 Research... 6 Education... 8 Community and Clinical Partnerships... 10 Stony Brook University School of Nursing

More information

Mission Statement - The University of Montana Missoula. Vision Skaggs School of Pharmacy. Mission Statement Skaggs School of Pharmacy

Mission Statement - The University of Montana Missoula. Vision Skaggs School of Pharmacy. Mission Statement Skaggs School of Pharmacy Mission Statement - The University of Montana Missoula The University of Montana-Missoula pursues academic excellence as demonstrated by the quality of curriculum and instruction, student performance,

More information

DEPARTMENT OF RADIOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA MEDICAL SCHOOL. RESEARCH TRACK (W) STATEMENT Promotion Criteria and Standards

DEPARTMENT OF RADIOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA MEDICAL SCHOOL. RESEARCH TRACK (W) STATEMENT Promotion Criteria and Standards UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA MEDICAL SCHOOL RESEARCH TRACK (W) STATEMENT Promotion Criteria and Standards PART 1. MEDICAL SCHOOL PREAMBLE I. INTRODUCTORY STATEMENT This document describes the specific criteria

More information

Chief Nursing Executive / Chief Nursing Officer Roles and Responsibilities Framework

Chief Nursing Executive / Chief Nursing Officer Roles and Responsibilities Framework Chief Nursing Executive / Chief Nursing Officer Roles and Responsibilities Framework The following framework is intended to illustrate Chief Nursing Executive (CNE) and Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) roles

More information

SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY: ACADEMIC STRATEGIC PLAN

SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY: ACADEMIC STRATEGIC PLAN SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY: ACADEMIC STRATEGIC PLAN These are extraordinary times for higher education and for students aspiring to succeed in a rapidly changing world. Technology is affecting the way we learn

More information

Dental School Strategic Vision

Dental School Strategic Vision Dental School Strategic Vision 2013 2017 Our Mission The Dental School s mission is the acquisition, dissemination and use of knowledge toward the enhancement of oral health. This mission is addressed

More information

APPENDIX C: ACADEMIC MISSION STATEMENT

APPENDIX C: ACADEMIC MISSION STATEMENT APPENDICES APPENDIX C: ACADEMIC MISSION STATEMENT The University of California, San Francisco shares the University s mission of achieving excellence in education, research, and public service. As a graduate

More information

Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Promotion and Tenure Guidelines

Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Promotion and Tenure Guidelines 02 02 10 DRAFT 1 Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Promotion and Tenure Guidelines For all general information on Promotion and Tenure, refer to the School of Medicine s Office of Faculty

More information

Master of Science in Vision Science and Investigative Ophthalmology MVSIO

Master of Science in Vision Science and Investigative Ophthalmology MVSIO Master of Science in Vision Science and Investigative Ophthalmology MVSIO Global Leadership in Eye Care, Vision Research and Ophthalmology Education Bascom Palmer Eye Institute is pleased to introduce

More information

American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics Strategic Plan

American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics Strategic Plan American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics Strategic Plan The American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics (ACMG) is the specialty society for diplomates certified by the American Board of

More information

OAKLAND UNIVERSITY DEAN OF THE SCHOOL OF NURSING

OAKLAND UNIVERSITY DEAN OF THE SCHOOL OF NURSING OAKLAND UNIVERSITY DEAN OF THE SCHOOL OF NURSING Oakland University seeks an inspiring and visionary leader to serve as Dean of the School of Nursing. The Search Committee will begin reviewing applications

More information

Strategic Plan 2014 2017

Strategic Plan 2014 2017 Strategic Plan 2014 2017 The University of Texas at Austin Wellness Network Strategic Plan Contents Mission... 2 Vision... 2 Values... 2 Wellness Network Operations... 3 Summary of Strategic Initiatives...

More information

President and CEO. Research Park Corporation. Baton Rouge, Louisiana

President and CEO. Research Park Corporation. Baton Rouge, Louisiana July 2014 President and CEO Research Park Corporation Baton Rouge, Louisiana Introduction The Research Park Corporation (RPC) was established as a public, nonprofit corporation in 1992 by the Louisiana

More information

FIVE YEAR STRATEGIC PLAN 2011-2016

FIVE YEAR STRATEGIC PLAN 2011-2016 FIVE YEAR STRATEGIC PLAN 2011-2016 (LSU SSW Five Year Strategic Plan 2011 2016 unanimously approved 11/18/11) Vision, Values, Mission, and Goals: Vision The LSU School of Social Work (SSW) aspires to be

More information

Entrepreneurship at Princeton

Entrepreneurship at Princeton Entrepreneurship at Princeton A statement by President Christopher L. Eisgruber and Provost David S. Lee Recently, an advisory committee on Princeton entrepreneurship submitted a report to us that described

More information

Strategic Plan. Revised, April 2015

Strategic Plan. Revised, April 2015 Strategic Plan 2011 2020 Revised, April 2015 A Message from the President I am pleased to present Endicott College: Strategic Plan 2011 2020, which was developed by the Endicott College Planning Committee

More information

SCHOOL OF NURSING. The School is engaged in a systematic expansion of enrollment that will

SCHOOL OF NURSING. The School is engaged in a systematic expansion of enrollment that will SCHOOL OF NURSING EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The School is engaged in a systematic expansion of enrollment that will span from 2003 until 2012, with projected growth from 500 students to 700 students. However,

More information

EXECUTIVE VICE CHANCELLOR AND PROVOST UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, RIVERSIDE

EXECUTIVE VICE CHANCELLOR AND PROVOST UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, RIVERSIDE EXECUTIVE VICE CHANCELLOR AND PROVOST UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, RIVERSIDE POSITION AND RESPONSIBILITIES The University of California, Riverside is seeking a distinguished and innovative individual to help

More information

National Center for Healthcare Leadership SUMMARY. Health Leadership Competency Model

National Center for Healthcare Leadership SUMMARY. Health Leadership Competency Model National Center for Healthcare Leadership Health Leadership Competency Model SUMMARY The NCHL Health Leadership Competency Model was created through research by the Hay Group with practicing health leaders

More information

A Blueprint for 21st Century Nursing Ethics: Report of the National Nursing Summit. Executive Summary

A Blueprint for 21st Century Nursing Ethics: Report of the National Nursing Summit. Executive Summary A Blueprint for 21st Century Nursing Ethics: Report of the National Nursing Summit Executive Summary November 18, 2014 A Blueprint for 21st Century Nursing Ethics: Report of the National Nursing Summit

More information

St. John s University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Annual Objectives 2013-2014 REVISED July 24, 2012

St. John s University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Annual Objectives 2013-2014 REVISED July 24, 2012 1 St. John s University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Annual Objectives 2013-2014 REVISED July 24, 2012 Institutional Goal I: Develop our academic and institutional culture to be studentcentered

More information

Darden School. Commission/Schools/Darden/November 2007 1

Darden School. Commission/Schools/Darden/November 2007 1 Darden School The Darden School of Business recently celebrated its 50 th anniversary, reflecting the strong base on which to build toward its centennial. While the world in which the School operates has

More information

UWG Vision Statement: UWG aspires to be the best comprehensive university in America sought after as the best place to work, learn and succeed!

UWG Vision Statement: UWG aspires to be the best comprehensive university in America sought after as the best place to work, learn and succeed! 1 UWG Vision Statement: UWG aspires to be the best comprehensive university in America sought after as the best place to work, learn and succeed! Strategic Imperative #1: Student Success Enhanced Learning,

More information

Strategic Plan 2013 2017

Strategic Plan 2013 2017 Plan 0 07 Mapping the Library for the Global Network University NYU DIVISION OF LIBRARIES Our Mission New York University Libraries is a global organization that advances learning, research, and scholarly

More information

UNMC Strategic Plan

UNMC Strategic Plan UNMC Strategic Plan 2011-2014 An overhaul of primary care will be a centerpiece of this health care change. Thank you for reading this year s Strategic Plan. Our campus is in the midst of a truly remarkable

More information

Appendix A. Educational Policy and Accreditation Standards

Appendix A. Educational Policy and Accreditation Standards Appendix A Educational Policy and Accreditation Standards A new Educational Policy and Accreditation Standards has been approved by the CSWE Board of Directors in April 2008. Preamble Social work practice

More information

Guidelines for Departmental Faculty Compensation Plans. University of Massachusetts Medical School & UMass Memorial Healthcare, Inc.

Guidelines for Departmental Faculty Compensation Plans. University of Massachusetts Medical School & UMass Memorial Healthcare, Inc. Guidelines for Departmental Faculty Compensation Plans University of Massachusetts Medical School & UMass Memorial Healthcare, Inc. September 12, 2008 1 I. INTRODUCTION The University of Massachusetts

More information

School of Nursing. Strategic Plan

School of Nursing. Strategic Plan School of Nursing Strategic Plan 2010 to 2015 Table of Contents Executive Summary...2 Preamble...4 Mission...6 Vision...6 Values...6 Research...8 Education...10 Community and Clinical Partnerships...12

More information